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PREP ROUNDUP: Martindale, Lake City tops Lakeland in baseball

| May 4, 2021 1:00 AM

COEUR d'ALENE -- Camdyn Martindale pitched five innings of three-hit ball, and the host Timberwolves used a four-run third inning to take control of a 11-1 victory over Lakeland on Monday afternoon.

Senior Quinn Conces had two hits, drew two walks, scored two runs and had an RBI for Lake City (4-14, 4-14) while fellow senior Aiden LaPonsey had a double and 2 RBIs.

Martindale allowed an unearned run in the third and struck out six Hawks to earn the victory.

"Cam and Nate (Weatherhead) pitched a really good game," Lake City coach Paul Manzardo said. "I was extremely happy with our seniors, who played with passion and were able to get a win on Senior Night."

Scotty Hocking had a double among his two hits for Lakeland (1-21, 0-15).

"Scotty hit the ball well for us today. I’m proud of the way he’s been swinging it for us," Hawks coach Jason Bradbury said. "We had guys on base all game long but couldn’t get those key hits to score runs."

Lakeland hosts 4A IEL rival Sandpoint in a Thursday doubleheader. Lake City returns to action in the 5A district tournament next week.

Lakeland 001 000 - 1 4 3

Lake City 204 122 - 11 8 2

Game called in sixth inning due to 10-run rule

Payden Wysong, Josh Mason (3), Cole Strietzel (5) and Gunner Vandever; Camdyn Martindale, Nate Weatherhead (6) and Joe DuCoeur. W - Martindale. L - Wysong.

HITS - Lakeland, Hocking 2, Nowell, Pote; LCHS, Conces 2, Manzardo, Taylor, Laponsey, Coppess, Pettit, DuCoeur. 2B - Hocking, Laponsey, Coppess.

SOFTBALL: Lake City 13, Lakeland 3

COEUR d'ALENE - The host Timberwolves scored four runs in the fourth to break open a 1-1 game, and Lake City took advantage of 10 walks and seven Hawk errors.

Hanah Stoddard had a double and two RBIs for the T-Wolves (14-5), who conclude a suspended game with Coeur d'Alene on Thursday. Phoebe Schultze earned the victory, allowing three hits and no earned runs while striking out eight.

"We had the opportunity to celebrate the very successful high school softball careers of eight seniors today," Lake City coach Jesse Lenz said. "These girls have given so much to the program, and I could not be more proud of the leaders they have become on and off the field.

"We were able to fight through a lot of emotions and pick a solid win against a Lakeland team that will probably win the 4A District 1 seed to state. It definitely wasn't our cleanest game of the season, but I was glad to be able to play everyone on the roster!"

Delaney Gosch had a hit and RBI for Lakeland (9-13), which travels to Sandpoint on Thursday for a 4A Inland Empire League doubleheader.

Lakeland 100 020 - 3 3 7

Lake City 100 462 - 13 8 4

Devry Bursch, Kathryn Wardak (5), Hailey Gosch (5) and Delaney Gosch; Phoebe Schultze and Hope Bodak. W - Schultze. L - Bursch.

HITS - Lakeland, H. Gosch, Byrne, D. Gosch; LCHS, A. Hill, Bodak, Jankey, Gray, Tolzman, Begalman, Schultze, Stoddard. 2B - Stoddard.

GOLF: CHS boys win Sandpoint Invitational

SANDPOINT -- The Vikings had the top two boys finishers and cruised to the team title at Monday's Sandpoint Invitational at The Idaho Club.

Cole Jaworski shot a 1-over-par 71 and his CHS teammate Parker Freeman fired a 74. The Vikings shot 306 as a team, 40 points better than the host Bulldogs.

"The boys posted a super solid round of 306 on a very challenging Jack Nicklaus Signature Course," CHS coach Chase Bennett said.

Post Falls' Cameron Rotchford fired an 80, good for fifth place individually, as the Trojans finished fifth as a team.

Max Hosfield's 89 led Lake City, which finished sixth out of eight teams.

In girls play, host Sandpoint won the team title, shooting a 390 to finish five shots better than Coeur d'Alene.

Holly Hudson (95) and Brianna Priest (99) posted top-5 finishes for the Vikings.

Bonners Ferry's Braylyn Bayer earned medalist honors with a 84.

BOYS

Par 70

The Idaho Club

TEAM SCORES — 1, Coeur d'Alene 306. 2, Sandpoint 346. 3, Lewiston 348. 4, Moscow 357. 5, Post Falls 363. 6, Lake City, 385. 7, Priest River 417. 8, Bonners Ferry 453.

MEDALIST — Cole Jaworski, Coeur d'Alene, 71.

COEUR d'ALENE — Cole Jaworski 71, Parker Freeman 74, Wyatt Williams 78, Luke West 83, Jamison Dale 94.

SANDPOINT — Harley Wilks 81, Dawson Owens 89, Darren Bailey 88, Connor Bird 88, Jake Samuels 93.

LEWISTON — Jack Seibly 84, Carson King 83, Justin Sandvick 92, Christian Lybyer 92, Dylan Braden 89.

MOSCOW — Bryden Brown 76, Sam Kees 108, Taylor Strong 101, Alex Lee 91, Parker Beebe 89.

POST FALLS — Dominic Mosby 99, Cameron Rotchford 80, Boen Torgerson 96, Connor Patterson 92, Trevor Bennett 95.

LAKE CITY — Wyatt Johnson 98, Max Hosfeld 89, Cole Kimball 94, Seth Hartley 104, Sean Hecomovich 115.

PRIEST RIVER — Luke Butler 99, Kameron Salesky 93, Bowen Fegert 111, Jace Yount 114.

BONNERS FERRY — Wyatt Iacolucci 91, Trent Freeze 112, Zane Carver 136, Evan Nesbitt 121, Tyson Tadlock 129.

GIRLS

Par 70

The Idaho Club

TEAM SCORES — 1, Sandpoint 390. 2, Coeur d'Alene 395. 3, Bonners Ferry 409. 4, Lake City 442. 5, Lewiston 450. 6, Post Falls 461. 7, Moscow 482.

MEDALIST — Braylyn Bayer, Bonners Ferry, 84.

SANDPOINT — CeCe Deprez 93, Hattie Larson 91, Camille Neuder 103, Annaby Kanning 102, Audrey Sheffler 112.

COEUR d'ALENE — Holly Hudson 95, Brianna Priest 99, Marin Rowley 100, Taylor Potter 113, Paige Crabb 101.

BONNERS FERRY — Braylyn Bayer 84, Avery Bayer 101, Cali Iacolucci 98, Mia Blackmore 126, Lily Blackmore 131.

LAKE CITY — Hannah Hall 106, Ashlynn Shanley 107, Lindsey Angelo 116, 4, Lily Kimmel 126, Joey Heick 113.

LEWISTON — Mollie Seibly 111, Abbigail Teller 107, Julia Brune 109, Lillie Samuels 123.

POST FALLS — Hannah Christensen 117, Laraina St. John 116, Payton Blair 122, Keaton Delaney 120, Hannah Conjin 108.

MOSCOW — Myah Parsons 119, Mia Barrett 108, Marissa Lewis 122, Hanna Gregory 133.

Kellogg tops Lakeland in golf dual

PINEHURST - Archie Rauenhorst shot a 1-over-par 37 to lead the host Wildcats past Lakeland in boys' play.

Kellogg shot 165 as a team, while Isaac Fritts' 44 led the Hawks to a 213 team score.

Wildcats coach Simon Miller noted it was the first non-league dual meet between Kellogg and Lakeland since 2004.

In girls play, Kellogg's Alyssa Milliron claimed medalist honors with a 43 as the Wildcats won 212-249.

BOYS

Pinehurst Golf Course, par 36

Medalist: Archie Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 37

KELLOGG (165): Archie Rauenhorst 37, Griffey Doerchel 41, Robby Bublitz 44, Jaeger Hall 43, Ben Bristow 46.

LAKELAND (213): Kyler Gordon 55, Isaac Fritts 44, Cooper Friddle 62, Arlen Holdahl 53, Jameson Elliott 61.

GIRLS

Medalist: Alyssa Milliron, Kellogg, 43.

KELLOGG (212): Alyssa Milliron 43, Jezzy Hall 60, Elliott Hei 54, Gracie Miller 55.

LAKELAND (249): Gabi O'Neal 62, Karsyn Miller 64, Hannah Peterson 66, McKayla Shrank 64, Hailey Thaxton 59.

TENNIS: CHS boys lead the way past Moscow

COEUR d'ALENE - The host Vikings swept all five boys matches, and won four of five girls matches to earn the home win on Monday afternoon.

Coeur d'Alene No. 1 singles players Turner Cox and Audrey Judson won in straight sets without dropping a game to the Bears.

Coeur d'Alene 10, Moscow 2

Singles:

Boys No. 1 - Turner Cox, CHS, def. Brayden Pickard 6-0, 6-0.

Boys No. 2 - Chris Swider, CHS, def. Micah Wolbrecht 6-1, 6-1.

Boys No. 3 - CJ Giao, CHS, def. Ellis Jaeckel 6-4, 4-6, 10-3.

Girls No. 1 - Audrey Judson, CHS, def. Jayden Pope 6-0, 6-0.

Girls No. 2 - Amy Corette, CHS, def. Natalie Rice 6-0, 6-0.

Girls No. 3 - Autumn Tafoya, Moscow, def. Taylor Torgerson 6-3, 7-6 (4).

Doubles:

Boys No. 1 - Kobie DeLeonard/Alexander Nipp, CHS, def. Kel Larson/Clayton Hemming 6-4, 6-3.

Boys No. 2 - Nez Ogle/Theodore Shultz, CHS, def. Kolby Clyde/Henry Deming 6-2, 6-2.

Girls No. 1 - Sarah Wilkey/Maggie Bloom, CHS, def. Ella Fountain/Emilia Fountain 6-3, 6-1.

Girls No. 2 - Kalli DeLeonard/Shelby Gray, CHS, def. Ellen Heyns/Audrey Pollard 6-0, 4-6, 10-7.

Mixed No. 1 - Jake Whiting/Ella Wilson, CHS, def. Mark Sproull/Ellen Heyns 6-2, 6-3.

Mixed No. 2 - Bryce Hanson/Samantha Unger, Moscow, def. Gabriel Danzer/Addy Curtis, 6-2, 6-1.